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Spring is here and many brides are getting ready for their Weddings coming up over the next few months.  Here at SugarPop’s Candy we get into our busy season with candy buffets.  So why are candy buffets still hot? One reason is because candy never goes out of style!  One of the strongest trends we see this year is what we call combination sweet tables. Brides and grooms want their Wedding to be special. They want it to be different than the last Wedding they went to just months earlier.  For the larger Weddings, we always recommend the sweets table consist of candy, chocolate, popcorn, and even s’mores! With that said, we don’t recommend getting every single piece of candy and treat on one table because it just wouldn’t look good. And everyone knows that candy buffets are also used for decoration.  We want our sweets and beauty, but not too much of both.  So, when we speak with couples, we try to talk to them about choosing two of the four choices. So for instance, you can combine a candy table with some popcorn, or popcorn with chocolate. Some people choose the option of two separate tables altogether. Meaning they will have a 100-person candy buffet, with a 100-person popcorn buffet at their Wedding.  Many times we don’t have to “combine” both buffets because they are viewed as separate treats.   However, when done correctly, any combination can be made to look amazing with the rights colors and theme.  So remember, when planning your treat, sweet, or candy table think about what you want and the rest will fall into place.


SugarPop’s Candy based in Mooresville, NC has been serving the Wedding market in Charlotte, Lake Norman, and Piedmont region of North Carolina for over three years.  When they are not constructing candy bars, you can find them helping Brides with their Wedding bags and helping companies with their Welcome bags. One of the few Brick and Mortar candy stores left in Central North Carolina, they specialize in Weddings, Birthdays, Sweet 16s, Corporate Events, and Bar and Bat Mitzvas.